Fibular collateral ligament

What is Fibular collateral ligament?

The cordlike ligament that passes from the lateral epicondyle of the femur to the head of the fibula.

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I am a 53 year old nurse who is having problems with my right knee. It has been off and on issues for years which have lead to a nasty fall and...

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Non weight bearing exercises can help.

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As per MRI report, you have mild...

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my left knee has severe triccompatmental DJD...chronic ACL rupture.....advanced degenerarion posterior horn medial and lateral meniscus with...

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The MRI findings of your knee joint are suggestive of age related degenerative changes along with...

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Hi, My 12 year old son, who is currently playing baseball and basketball, has been complaining of severe knee pain in his left knee for about a...

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From your description, it seems that your son must have hurt his internal structures in knee while playing,...

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